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Our monthly meetings and events feature exciting experts who build coaching competencies, stimulate creativity and inspire action toward personal and business goals. Plus, they provide an opportunity to interact with fellow coaches and belong to a supportive, professional coaching community. We also offer Continuing Education Units for those maintaining their International Coach Federation (ICF) credentials. Check below to see the full listing of events and to register.

Upcoming events

    • Wed, June 26, 2024
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Presenter: Toni Taylor, PCC
    CCE: 1.5 CC; 0 RD


    Embarking on the journey as a group coach can be both exciting and rewarding. Are you ready to delve into this transformative practice together? Join us as we navigate group coaching, exploring its possibilities and unlocking the doors to growth and development.  During this webinar participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of group coaching, discovering invaluable insights into how to cultivate and expand their practice through group dynamics. Together, we'll uncover the strategies and techniques to effectively support both individual growth and the collective journey of the group. Get ready to embark on this enriching exploration together!


    This webinar on group coaching covers essential aspects to equip coaches with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively lead coaching groups. It begins with an introduction to group coaching, outlining its definition, objectives, and benefits, while also distinguishing it from team coaching. The webinar progresses to explore strategies for forming cohesive coaching groups and understanding group dynamics, including norms and roles. It then delves into the group coaching process, discussing how to structure sessions, set goals, and balance individual needs with group objectives. Participants will practice facilitation skills such as active listening and asking powerful questions in a group context. Additionally, the webinar addresses managing diversity and fostering inclusion within coaching groups, emphasizing understanding cultural and individual differences. Finally, it examines ethical considerations specific to group coaching, including maintaining confidentiality and trust within the group.

    Why explore group coaching?


    •  Group coaching brings together individuals with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. This diversity can enrich discussions and provide varied insights, leading to deeper learning and growth.
    •  Group coaching provides a supportive community where members can share challenges, successes, and resources. This sense of camaraderie can foster motivation, accountability, and a feeling of belonging.
    •  Participants in group coaching can learn from each other's experiences and expertise. This collective wisdom can offer valuable perspectives and innovative solutions to common problems.
    •  Group coaching typically costs less per participant compared to individual coaching sessions. This makes coaching more accessible to a broader range of individuals and organizations.

    Group Coaching Webinar Outline:

    1: Introduction to Group Coaching

    • Understanding the basics: definition, objectives, and benefits.
    • Differentiating between group coaching and team coaching.

    2: Group Formation and Dynamics

    • Strategies for forming cohesive coaching groups.
    • Understanding group norms and roles.

    3: Group Coaching Process

    • Structuring group coaching sessions: goal setting, agenda planning, and session flow.
    • Balancing individual needs with group objectives.

    4: Facilitation Skills for Group Coaches

    • Developing active listening and empathetic communication skills.
    • Techniques for asking powerful questions in a group context.

    5: Managing Diversity and Inclusion in Group Coaching

    • Understanding cultural and individual differences within the group.
    • Creating an inclusive environment for all group members. (Bias and stereotypes)

    6: Ethical Considerations in Group Coaching

    • Exploring ethical dilemmas specific to group coaching.
    • Maintaining confidentiality and trust within the group.

    ICF Competencies for this webinar:

    1. Demonstrates Ethical Practice
    2. Embodies a Coaching Mindset
    3. Establishes and Maintains Agreements
    4. Cultivates Trust and Safety
    5. Maintains Presence
    6. Listens Actively
    7. Evokes Awareness
    8. Facilitates Client Growth

    Toni’s Bio

    Toni Taylor received her International Coaching Federation PCC in 2016.  Toni’s mission is to provide leadership and care coaching for individuals, groups and teams to reach their goals and maximize their potential for success. During Covid, Toni deepened her learning in the areas of positive psychology, mental health and the importance of gratitude and mindfulness in leadership self-care.  Over the past year, Toni has been the champion for DEIB in the local ICF chapter and has obtained a certificate for Inclusive Leadership: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging. 

    Toni’s coach school training provided rigorous coursework for team and group coaching.  With this knowledge Toni developed a team coaching practice for over 10 years. This long-term experience in team coaching led to her selection by ICF to volunteer on the development and calibration of the new Advanced Team Coaching exam for the new credentialing. 

    Years of team coaching led Toni into group coaching as she expanded her coaching practice. Lessons from over ten years of group coaching confirms the coaching benefits of both the group and the individuals to meet their goals. Toni specializes in group coaching with clergy in the area of self-care and leadership across the state of SC. She also provides training and facilitates workshops on clergy self-care.  

    Toni was trained by Dr. Victoria Bernhardt in vision, mission, strategic planning and data analysis for K-16 education.  This training and experience equipped her to provide visioning and strategic planning for non-profits, focused on building relationships, developing trust and provide accountability for teams using resources such as “Five Dysfunctions of a Team”, “The Speed of Trust” and “Start With Why”.

    Toni is a National facilitator for Narrative 4, an International organization which provides groups of students and adults the opportunity to experience empathy through story. Story is a powerful tool for building relationships and developing trust in any group or organization.  She uses story in her work with DEIB to breakdown barriers and build understanding across differences.   Toni is a Better Up coach focusing on leadership & care Internationally.  Coaching Pathway, LLC, was founded in 2008 as a practice devoted to building and developing teams, groups and individuals.  Toni invested pro bono time coaching families out of poverty as an Ambassador for Circles USA prior to Covid.  She continues to provide pro bono coaching for individuals who lose their jobs in the post Covid world. 

    This year, Toni is Past President of ICF Charlotte Area Chapter, and is serving her 5th year on the ICF Charlotte board.  She is the co - author of a book, “Walk With Me” published in December, 2021. Her hobbies include hiking, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, creating glass mosaics and spending time outdoors with family and friends.  Toni is married to Rev. David Taylor, who serves as Senior pastor at Philadelphia United Methodist Church.  Together David and Toni have 5 sons, 7 grandchildren, a dog named Soccer and a cat named Ringo.  

    Since this webinar is being offered by ICF Global, registration requires a two-step process.

    The first step is to register with our chapter . Once you successfully register and make the payment, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to register with ICF-Global. Payment is only required during the first step. The second step authorizes ICF-Global to send you the Zoom link for the webinar.

    • Thu, June 27, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Community Meeting


    Focus:  Conversation - Connection - Community

    Our June 27, 2024, Chapter Community Meeting will be led by Crystal Wagner who is also one of our ICF AR-OK Chapter Members and our current Chapter President Elect. Crystal will engage us in relationship building and networking and share updates on how to get involved in our local chapter as well as opportunities available through ICF Global.  


    Crystal Wagner, MAcc, CPLC, started Triumphant Learning to help moms homeschool with confidence. After she experienced the power of coaching, she started Flourish and Thrive Coaching and Development to provide strengths-based and neurodivergent-informed life coaching to help homeschool moms cultivate a thriving homeschool, pursue their dreams, and discern how they can have an impact after their homeschooling journey is finished.

    A veteran homeschool mom with over 15 years of homeschool experience, Crystal knows what it feels like to juggle many demands. She understands that women need an opportunity to step away from the hustle and bustle of life and take a deep breath so they can discern their next step forward. She supports women through life and homeschool coaching, transformational workshops, and her podcast, Purposeful Impact.

    Crystal is a Certified Professional Life and Leadership Coach through Professional Christian Coaching Institute (PCCI), a Strengths Champion Certified Coach®, and is working towards her Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She also has a Master of Accountancy.

    You can connect with Crystal at

    • Wed, August 07, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Program Description:
    Brains are weird and wildly different from each other. How can we dance in the moment with these differences?

    We begin by embracing that different clients have different brains. We learn to skillfully build trust with clients whose nervous systems mean they perceive and process the world in wildly unique ways. Then, we co-create the custom coaching relationship each client needs.

    This look at coaching through a neurodiversity-inclusive lens is based on the presenters’ experiences coaching hundreds of clients with a range of neurodivergences, on the latest research in neurophysiology, on trauma-sensitive mindfulness, and on theories of vertical development and positive disintegration. It is also informed by their personal experiences, good and bad, as neurodivergent coaching clients themselves.

    With an estimated 15-20% of the world population thought to be neurodivergent, you’re probably already coaching neurodivergent clients. Come learn modifications that will make your coaching more accessible to them and neurodiversity-inclusive for everyone.

    Event Recording & Post-Event Follow-up: 

    All who register for the event, will receive a link to the recording 3 days following the event. All co-hosting chapters will need to send out CCE certificates to any attendees that registered with their chapter. 


    Kate Arms, JD, CPCC, PCC

    Kate Arms has been a certified professional coach for over a decade and has been mentoring and teaching coaching since 2016. From the very beginning, her coaching practice focused on coaching creators and innovators, neurodivergent, twice-exceptional and profoundly gifted adults, and parents of twice-exceptional kids.

    Her coaching work combines deep experience in the psychology of creativity, neurodiversity & collective innovation. She offers individual coaching and organizational coaching with a focus on culture-building and designing systems to support adaptive change that sticks.

    She has trauma-informed training with specific focuses in embodied cognition, improvisational dance and mindfulness practices.

    On a personal level, she is highly-sensitive, profoundly gifted, queer, and agender with aphantasia, dyslexia. She has traits of autism and ADHD but no formal diagnosis.

    She is the parent of twice-exceptional kids (moderately gifted to profoundly gifted and combinations of autistic, ADHDer, written output learning disability, and dyslexia). She learned the hard way that standard parenting advice did not apply. Her book, L.I.F.T.: A Coach Approach to Parenting, reveals what did.

    She holds a BA in Theatre and Biopsychology from Cornell University and a JD from Harvard Law School. She is credentialed as an International Coach Federation PCC, a certified ICAgile Expert in Enterprise Coaching, and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach. She is a graduate of the Co-Active Leadership Program.

    Tracy Winter, Ph.D., PCC

    Tracy Winter has been a certified professional coach since 2009 and an ADHD coach mentor and trainer since 2021. Though she has coached executives and leaders, she is most passionate about coaching twice-exceptional people and other neurodivergent folks. She has coached people from 15 to 82 years old, including techies, scientists, attorneys, non-profit leaders, and housewives.

    Tracy’s coaching approach is bespoke for each client but is based in adult development models and an understanding of how neurodivergent brains can manifest differently from the norm and from each other. Because each client has a unique brain, she partners with her clients to co-create unique paths to their unique solutions, moving them from where they are to where they want to be.

    Personally, Tracy is highly gifted, an ADHDer, highly sensitive, and experiences characteristics of autism without a formal diagnosis.

    Tracy is a co-founder of the Neurodiversity Coaching Academy. She also trains and mentors new coaches at the International ADHD Coach Training Center, facilitates leadership development for Tesla, coaches students via The Doerr Institute at Rice University, and is a team coach with Dixon Life Coaching, in addition to having her own private practice.

    Tracy earned a PhD in Human Development, an MA in Human and Organization Systems, and an Evidence-Based Coaching Certificate from Fielding Graduate University. She is credentialed as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF). And she can jump rope tapdance.

    • Thu, August 22, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    .5 Core, .5 RD

    Uncover the beauty and power of metaphors in your coaching conversations through this engaging webinar. Metaphors are deeply woven into the fabric of our daily conversations, often ignored if not clearly obvious. Explore how visual language impacts your clients.

    Renowned scholar John Geary famously said, "We instinctively resort to metaphors when describing anything abstract: ideas, feelings, thoughts, emotions, concepts." Dive into the neuroscience of metaphors and comprehend how they illuminate our minds. Metaphors not only enhance our self-expression but also serve as potent tools for instigating outcomes, elucidating complexities, and fostering profound transformations.

    Humans don't use metaphors accidentally. Metaphors introduced by your clients can serve as powerful keys, unlocking their self-awareness and inner potential. By mastering the art of using your clients' metaphors rather than interjecting your own, you can facilitate more meaningful and impactful conversations.

    Metaphors provide vivid insights into your clients' identities, deeply ingrained beliefs, self-perceptions, and aspirations. Understanding and utilizing these metaphorical expressions can offer a robust tool for fostering curiosity and facilitating deeper understanding. The course also includes a pre-recorded coaching demo to assess and augment your understanding of metaphors.

    Join us on a journey into the power of metaphors today!

    Key Takeaways

    1. Neuroscience + Metaphors. How metaphors impact our neural wiring and how to pay attention to the embodied metaphor as a tool.

    2. The need for Embodied Learning for Sustainable changes.

    3. The power of using metaphors in coaching conversation to create greater awareness, anchor insights, as well as using them to create agreements and move from topic to success measures.

    4.  How metaphors weave through the ICF Core Competencies.

    Speaker Bio:

    Lyssa deHart, LICSW, MCC, BCC, EMCC, is an author, podcast host, and an expert in the coaching field. She has written 'StoryJacking: Change Your Dialogue, Transform Your Life,' 'the Reflective Coach,' and she is the host of the Coaching Studio Podcast. Her upcoming book, ‘Light Up: the Science of Coaching with Metaphors’, is set to release in early 2024.

    Using her understanding of the ICF Core Competencies and her knowledge of Neuroscience, Lyssa works with Professional Coaches to expand the capacity to partner with their clients through how they show up and hold the space for those with whom they work. She created the ICF Credentialing Exam (ICE) PREP and the Power of Metaphor Certification Program. Her PREP Course is designed to support coaches to pass the updated ICF Exam. Her Power of Metaphors Course is designed to invite coaches to tune their ears to metaphors and better understand and utilize their clients' metaphors.

    Lyssa is dedicated to strengthening the coaching community by improving the coach-client relationship's quality and impact.

    • Thu, September 26, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Community Meeting 

    • Thu, October 24, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Session Description:  Podcasting is a dynamic tool for expanding your personal brand and income potential. Whether your goal is to launch your own podcast or to utilize the influence of podcast guesting, it's crucial to comprehend the key components that contribute to the success of this medium. We'll delve into the fundamental aspects to ponder from both the hosting and guesting perspectives.

    As a podcast host, you'll need to make several considerations regarding the format, target audience, content, consistency, platforms, and strategies for optimizing your reach.

    If the idea of hosting a podcast seems daunting, you can still harness the potency of podcasting by making appearances as a guest. We will guide you on how to become an exceptional podcast guest that can attract, engage, and convert clients. Being a guest entails several factors, such as catching the interest of podcast hosts, delivering captivating interviews, building a fanbase, promoting your features, and nurturing relationships.

    Learning Objectives: 

    1. Participants will understand the potential of podcasting as a tool for personal brand development and income growth and recognize its key components for success.

    2. They will learn how to plan and host a podcast, including decisions related to format, target audience, content, consistency, and platform selection, as well as strategies to maximize reach.

    3. Attendees will master the art of guesting on podcasts by discovering how to attract the attention of podcast hosts to delivering engaging interviews.

    4. They will develop skills to cultivate a loyal audience, promote your podcast appearances, and build sustainable relationships with listeners.

    5. Attendees will better understand how to utilize the podcasting platform—whether as a host or a guest—to attract, engage, and convert clients effectively.


    Meg Rentschler, MSW, PCC

    Meg Rentschler is a Clinical Social Worker and Professional Certified Coach and has been a teaching and mentoring professional coaches since 2008. She has over 35 years’ experience in service delivery as a psychotherapist and an executive coach and understands the importance of wellness in mind, body, and spirit to the wholeness of the person. In her company, A Focus on Results Executive Coaching, Meg has worked with leaders in a variety of industries including healthcare, education, manufacturing, finance, and transportation to create healthier work environments through honoring each person’s contribution and unique value.

    In the desire to further the education and development of coaches and leaders, Meg created a weekly talk show in 2016. The STaR Coach Show (an acronym for strategies, tools, and resources) offers guidance on skill and business development to coaches around the world and helps leaders use coaching principles to strengthen their effectiveness. It has been described as the encyclopedia for coaching success and has been recognized as a top 20 podcast for coaches.

    Meg teaches and mentors in two coach certification programs, the University of Texas at Dallas since 2008 and Positive Coaching Solutions since 2016.

    She earned her Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University and her Master of Social Work from The University of Michigan. She attended the University of Texas at Dallas for her Executive Coaching certification.

    • Thu, December 12, 2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Community Meeting 

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Thu, October 26, 2023 Credentials with ICF Global - ICF AR OK Monthly Chapter Meeting
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Thu, September 28, 2023 Community Meeting - 3 M's of Stress - Mindset, Mindfulness, and Management
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Thu, August 24, 2023 Get Known Everywhere Using Publicity - ICF AR OK Monthly Chapter Meeting
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Thu, May 25, 2023 Community Meeting - Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Becoming A Professional Coach
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Thu, February 09, 2023 Southeast Regional Webinar: Use Change Resistance As A Gift (ICF ICF San Antonio hosting)
Thu, January 26, 2023 Community Meeting
Thu, January 12, 2023 Southeast Regional Webinar: Designing and Aligning for Differences (ICF Caribbean)
Thu, December 08, 2022 Coach and Client: A Deep Dive Into Why Values Matter and How to Apply Them to All Relationships- ICF AR OK Monthly Chapter Meeting
Thu, November 10, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: Designing and Aligning for Differences (ICF Caribbean)
Thu, October 27, 2022 The Coach's Roadmap to Rapid Growth - ICF AR OK Monthly Chapter Meeting
Thu, October 13, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: The Four Stages of Psychological Safety (ICF Central Florida hosting)
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Thu, September 08, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: How Vision Acts as a Lever for Change (ICF South Carolina hosting)
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Thu, August 11, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar:Our Inner World: Coaching in the Presence of Trauma (ICF Charlotte hosting)
Thu, June 23, 2022 Cohort Connection Groups: A Practicum to Group Coaching you can Leverage with Leaders- Monthly Chapter Meeting
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Thu, April 14, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: Three Keys to Negotiating Success (ICF Virginia hosting)
Thu, March 24, 2022 Fear & Your Life as You Know It: Coaching from the Inside Out
Thu, March 10, 2022 Southeast Regional Webinar: Fun with Coaching "Stuck" (ICF North Texas hosting)
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Thu, October 21, 2021 October Chapter Meeting
Thu, October 14, 2021 October ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: The Power of Emotions-Centered Coaching
Thu, September 23, 2021 Fear & Your Life as You Know It: Coaching from the Inside Out
Thu, September 23, 2021 September Chapter Meeting
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Thu, September 09, 2021 September ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Body, Brain & Behavior
Thu, August 26, 2021 August Chapter Meeting: Time & Action Mastery for a Thriving Coaching Business
Thu, August 12, 2021 August ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Mini Habits - A Small Tool for Big Success
Mon, July 19, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting (July)
Mon, June 28, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting (June)
Thu, June 24, 2021 June Chapter Meeting: Cultural Intelligence, Coaching Competencies, and the Coach
Thu, June 10, 2021 June ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: The Neuroscience of the ICF Core Competencies
Thu, May 27, 2021 May ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Mon, May 17, 2021 "Coaching as a Meaningful Profession in the Digital Age" Interactive Webinar
Thu, May 13, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar Series: Why Ethics Matter in Coaching?
Thu, April 22, 2021 April Chapter Meeting: Core Competency #8: Facilitates Client Growth
Mon, April 19, 2021 ICF AR OK Chapter Board Meeting
Thu, April 08, 2021 Southeast Regional Webinar: How to 100X Your Impact as a Coach
Thu, March 25, 2021 Chapter Meeting
Mon, March 15, 2021 Board Meeting
Thu, March 11, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar: When Clients Attack
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Mon, February 15, 2021 Board Meeting
Thu, February 11, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar: "See" what I mean?
Wed, February 10, 2021 Coach to Creator: Business Builder Series
Wed, January 27, 2021 Mastering the Fundamentals of a Successful Coaching Business
Thu, January 21, 2021 Chapter Meeting (Virtual)
Mon, January 18, 2021 Board Member Meeting
Thu, January 14, 2021 ICF Southeast Regional Webinar
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Mon, November 16, 2020 ICF AR-OK Board Meeting
Tue, October 27, 2020 VISION 2020 Virtual Experience
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Mon, October 05, 2020 Northwest Arkansas Professional Coaches Network
Thu, September 24, 2020 ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
Mon, September 21, 2020 ICF AR-OK Board Meeting
Thu, August 27, 2020 ICF AR-OK Chapter Meeting
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